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Lorenzo Campioni

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  1. Atheros AR9285

    I had the same problem in 10.6.5 and I solved changing router Wi-fi radio to B mode only, keeping WPA2...has someone got it working in N mode?
  2. [Solved] AR9285 (Asus EEE 1008HA) and Snow Leopard

    Hi, I've installed Snow Leopard 10.5.5 on my EeePc 1008ha, but I can't make AR9285 work. I've installed the patched kext in S/L/E and the card is correctly recognized in system profiler; I can see my wireless network, but I'm not able to connect using DHCP, and if I go for a static IP it says connected, but there is no real connection, what's missing?
  3. Hi everybody! I'm new on the forum and I hope I'm not posting in the wrong section. I'ld like to dual boot Lion and Ubuntu on my desktop and I'm looking for some advices because I can't decide for the best solution. My configuration is made of an ASUS P5E MB, Intel® Core™2 Quad CPU Q9550, 4GB ram ddr2, Ati HD 4850. I've got 2 identical HDD (160gb each) and an additional HDD for storage (500 gb). Until now I only had windows 7 installed on a Fakeraid RAID0 array (160+160). From what I've read on the forum, there are no MAC drivers for fakeRAID, so I suppose I can't dual boot from different volumes of the same RAID array. I'ld prefer a native install of Ubuntu so I'm excluding virtual machines. The only two possible solutions I see are: - Forget about Raid and install each OS on a different HD. - Use RAID for the first OS (ex. Lion) and install Ubuntu on a partition of the storage HD. Do you have any other advices? Which is for you the best solution in terms of performances?